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Hub Punch, Square Dancing, and More Boston Events This Week

If you’re not a big Halloween fan, make sure you get out and enjoy some of this week’s events, because starting this weekend it’s basically all Halloween all the time for 10 days straight. Or if you love Halloween, you can still dress up this week: like you’re going to a hoedown, drinking pre-Prohibition cocktails, or hitting More

Art From Cans... All for a Good Cause

48,523 cans of nonperishable goods went into the assembly of CANstruction Boston, a new exhibit on 290 Congress Street curated by the Boston Society of Architects. Arranged by a national non-profit of the same name, CANstruction brought together over twenty local architectural firms, competing for the People’s and Director’s Choice awards with punishingly elaborate structures More

Life Imitates Art at Boston-Area Museums

To quote our own Henry David Thoreau, “This world is but a canvas to our imagination.” People are using Boston-area museums as their canvas, striking a pose as JFK, a dinosaur, a one-armed pirate, and more. Take a look at their photos. Free Museums in Boston and Beyond Boston Visitor’s Guide

Freeze Frame: Joey McIntyre and Public Garden Visitors Hop Into Huge Frames

Heading to the Boston Public Garden this fall? Step into one of three life-sized frames installed for your picture-taking pleasure. Joey McIntyre is doing it. Boston’s Parks and Other Green Spaces 6 Boston Escape Rooms That Cost You Nothing But Your Sanity Boston Visitor’s Guide

You’ve Never Seen the Tobin Bridge Look This Beautiful

Everyone loves the Zakim bridge, but the Tobin can look pretty good in the right light, too.

Paleo-Friendly Restaurants Around Boston

Do you follow the Paleo diet? Make eating out easier by ordering at these 10 restaurants around Boston that cater to Paleo palates. Gluten-free Restaurants in Boston and Beyond World’s 50 Best Restaurants and Which Seven Are in America

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